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been written about him, he got angry. he hired a lawyer. he chose this man-- mark lewis, a little-known provincial lawyer who has multiple sclerosis-- to take on a global media titan. >> i'd heard of news corp. before all this. i don't think they had heard of me. i think now they've heard of me. >> bergman: the response from the chief counsel at news of the world was surprising. the top lawyer has someone call you and say, can i come see you? and you're up in manchester? >> i mean, it was the mountain coming to mohammed, rather than mohammed going to the mountain. if he'd have phoned me up saying, "you know what, we don't think you've got a case. however, we're going to give you £10,000, 15,000, to settle it without any admission of liability," my client would probably have had to accept that and the case would all have been over. but they didn't do that. it was obvious that there was something bigger, and because of that, i asked for damages of £250,000 at that time. >> mark lewis is an interesting character. i always say he doesn't have a fear gene. i mean, i didn't know him a
for help in finding him bond pomeranian weighing about 10 lbs. call police or the owner mark lewis number on your screen. some better than expected news for memorial day weekend if you were heading out this weekend price drop coming up and new evidence facebook does not just want to be on your telephone it wants to actually be to our telephone new book claims prince william having cold feet before marriage. on my journey across america i found new ways to tell people about saving money. this is bobby. say hello bobby. hello bobby. do you know you could save hundreds on car insurance over the phone, online or at your local geico office? tell us bobby, what would you do with all those savings? hire a better ventriloquist. your lips are moving. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. ♪ ♪ so every year my family throws this great reunion in austin. but this year i can only afford one trip and i've always wanted to learn how to surf. austin's great -- just not for surfing. so i checked out hotwire. and by booking with them, i saved
was the mark lewis the british lawyer who represented the family of a young girl the murderered teenager who was busted wide open last year, it has come to the u.s. and teamed up with a pair of new york lawyers. >> normal siegel a prominent civil libertarian. >> looking to see if anyone out there has beg hakdz by british newspapers or by murdoch's u.s.cked by british newspapers or by murdoch's u.s. operations. so far, nothing has come to light. he has had -- they have three people, four people who have contacted them but they haven't been able to -- they haven't said whether they are going to go through with this yet. >> there are multiple shoes that could still drop? >> absolutely. >> lieutenants. >> fbi investigations going on, the sec has been called on by senator rockefeller to look at licenses. so, you know, so far, not being -- nothing solid has come up. >> right. >> but it's all pos i am going on. >> a lot of things to keep rupert murdoch up at night. media correspondent for reuters, the etiquette of donald trump, if you don't have anything nice to
to say, she lost her job, but she gained access to the white house and capitol hill that would mark the pinnacle of her career. but it, the death of fdr and even more important her beloved stepson, wells lewis who was the son she never had, he never felt he had in michael. his death in the battle of the bulge marked the descent of her meteoric rise. in another dramatic reversal, thompson became a staunch pacifist, raging against unconditional surrender and after the war turning against american -- [inaudible] and israel after having backed zionism as a moral imperative and working tirelessly to bring jews out of occupied europe. but the final death blow to her career would come when she espoused the palestinian cause, and the major newspapers in the bill syndicate that had carried her column after the herald tribune began to drop her one by one until she was muzzled in silence. although dorothy would find love through marriage toward the end of her life and be regain her childhood faith in god, like rebecca, her work would always trump her commitment to even the most intimate of her
in bladenburg. that happened at tang elwood drive. 31-year-old daniel lewis was off duty at the time. they did a breath test and said he had a 1.3. >> he was operating a marked vehicle, so there should not be a tolerance of any alcohol in your system. >> he was charged and released. prince georges county police and the state attorney's office are investigating. >>> a developing story in montgomery county. a married couple was found dead inside their apartment this morning on colgate way. that's in the bridge cheney area of silver spring. police say it was a murder-suicide. news4 erica gonzalez is there tonight. erica? >> reporter: police were originally called to these apartments on a report of a missing person and wound up making a gruesome discovery. it was about 10:30 this morning when the montgomery county police department arrived at 13633 colgate way in bridge cheney. a family member opened the door for the police and they found a couple dead. investigators say it appears to be a murder-suicide, because they found a note along with the bodies. but they're not saying whether or not a weap
at how you deal with that. host: matt lewis, thank you for being here. here's our schedule coming up -- to mark, michael steel -- tomorrow, michael steele. host: that is our show for this memorial day. here's a shot from arlington cemetery. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> live pictures this morning from the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery. we will begin our live programming today starting in about 45 minutes. we will have live coverage of president obama laying a wreath at the tomb. the president will make his way for the -- to the epic theater where he will deliver his remarks -- the amphitheater. more live coverage from the vietnam war memorial. we expect to hear from general martin dempsey beginning at 1:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. the u.s. air force academy in colorado springs hosted the national character and leadership symposium. one of the speakers was h. ross perot. he talks to the cadets about leadership lessons. we hear stories about medal of honor winners. this is a
the parade, the city hosted a half dozen additional events to mark memorial day. >>> financial troubles for former ravens star. according to our media partner, the baltimore sun, jamal lewis filed for a chapter 11 bankruptcy in baltimore, stating he owes about $10.5 billion to various companies. he helped lead the team to their only super bowl victory. >>> the state of maryland takes center stage with two area schools going head to head for the national lacrosse championship in boston. sports director mark viviano joins us with highlights and reaction from loyola and maryland battling for the title. >> mighty maryland, big state school in college park. loads of experience taking on little loyola, baltimore. a school that has never won a national championship in any sport until today. >> maryland in the back. loyola in the gray. >> reporter: and a sea of green in the stands. a huge loyola contingent made the trip to massachusetts to witness history. early second quarter, the terps take a 3-2 lead on a goal by kevin cooper. but that's the last time maryland had the lead. loyola took over
it matters most is one of them. as c.s. lewis said, the home is the ultimate career. all other careers exist for one purpose and that is to support the ultimate career. promotions often mark the high points in a career. i hope i haven't seen the last one of those. but sometimes the high points come in unexpected ways. i was asked to help rescue the 2002 olympic winter games in salt lake city. i'm embarrassed now to recall that when this opportunity was first presented to me, i dismissed it out of hand. i was busy, i was doing well, banld the way, my lakt of athletic prowess didn't make athletics a plausible step for me. in fact, after i accepted the position my oldest son called and said, dad, i've spoken to the brothers. we saw the papers this morning. we can't conceive of a notion that would put you on the front page of the sports section. the olympics were not a logical choice, but that was one of the best and most fulfilling choices of my life. opportunities for you to serve in meaningful ways may come at inconvenient times, but that will make them all the more precious. people of differ
. as c.s. lewis said, the home is the ultimate career, all other careers exist for one purpose and that is to support the ultimate career. promotions often mark the high points in a career, i hope i haven't seen the last one of those. but sometimes the high points come in unexpected ways. i was asked to help rescue the 2002 winter olympic games in salt lake city. i'm embarrassed now to recall that when it was first presented to me, i dismissed it out of hand. i was busy, i was doing well, and by the way my lack of athletic prowess didn't make the olympics a logical step for me. in fact after i accepted the position, my oldest son called and said dad, ie spoken to the brothers. we saw the paper this morning. we want you to know there's not a circumstances that we would have conceived of that would have put you on the front page of the sports section. [laughter] the olympics were not a logical choice. but that was one of the best and most fulfilling choices of my life. opportunities for you to serve in meaningful ways may come at inconvenient times, but that will make them all th
with an improvised explosive device. he was assigned to the fourth battalion at ft. lewis, washington. he graduated in 2008. the mayor there says hernandez is the eighth salinas area native to be killed in iraq or afghanistan. >> today also marked the annual memorial for the passengers and crew on flight 93 killed xh the 9/11 attacks. friends and family gather here in the bay area. each victim is remembered with a life size marker of red granite. there's a reading of those on the plane which crashed in pennsylvania. while en route to san francisco. relatives say history shows they did not die in vain. >> people don't sit back on a plane when something is about to happen anymore. we've seen many instances where people have risen up to stop people from doing very odd things on airplanes. they are an inspiration. >> the gathering is a celebration of friendship. among those who still maintain ties forged by this terrible tragedy. >> so far so good. the dunbar ton retrofit is on schedule. the bridge should reopen in time for the morning commute. 5:00 a.m., that's the plan. the bridge has been completely
is not one of them. the home is the ultimate career. as c.s. lewis said. all other careers exist to support the ultimate career. promotions often marked the high points in a career. i hope i have not seen the last[laughter] sometimes, the high points come in unexpected ways. i was asked to rescue the 2012 winter games in atlantic city when this opportunity was presented to me, i dismissed it. the winter olympics. i was busy. i was doing well. by the way, my lack of athletic prowess did not make the olympics it logical step for me. after i accepted the position, my son called and said, dad, i have spoken to the brothers. we saw the paper this morning. we want you to know there is not a circumstance we could have conceived of that would put you on the front page of the sports section. [laughter] the olympics were not a logical choice. but, that was one of the best and most fulfilling choices of my life. opportunities to serve in meaningful ways may come at inconvenient times. that will make them all the more precious. people of different faiths sometimes wonder where we can meet in common pur
. then lieutenant colonel eric egland talks about how troops need your happy abroad. and matt lewis, senior contributor. "washington journal" is next. host: good morning on this memorial day, monday, may 28. right now you're viewing images of the tomb of the unknown soldier where the president will mark the day with a wreath ceremony. since memorial day was first recognized, more than 600,000 service men and women have died in war and millions more have served. as we reflect on their service this morning we're asking our viewers today to also look ahead and give us your thoughts on the united states role in this changing world. you think america will continue to be the leader in world affairs? is the u.s. on a decline? give us your thoughts by calling in. you can also catch up with us on all the social media pages on twitter, facebook and email. a very good morning to you on this memorial day. we've already had some people writing in on facebook about this question of america's place in the changing world. want to read a few of those for you right now. angela summer writes in that the u.s.
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